Moving Cost Calculator

Moving Cost Calculator

 

Average Moving Cost

1 truck 3 ton 1 mover is 65$/hour
1 truck 5 ton 1 mover 95$/hour
Extra mover is 25$ /hour
Minimum 2 hour plus 1 hour travel time.

Average tack time with 1truck and 2 mover

1 bed room tack time  1-5 hour
2 bed room tack time 4-8 hour

Normal we do for 3 bed rom with 3 mover or more
3 bed room 6-13 hour
4 bed room 8-15 hour

Normal we do for 5 bed rom with 4 mower or more
5 bed room tack time 10-17

Add every extra mover can help to reduction time .

Reason for take long time for moving
1. distance
2. stars
3. floor
4.elevator
5.heavy stuff  for moving
6.Packing and unpacking
7.assembly and disassembly furniture.

How to Calculate Moving Costs

So how much will it cost to move? Try our free moving cost calculator to find out. Let us know where you’re moving from and the destination of your new home. Use the drop-down function to select the size of your move (in bedrooms), the packing services that you’ll need, and your move date. We’ll take all of these factors into consideration to give you an accurate cost estimate from top movers.

Why You Should Use Moving Cost Calculator

Our moving cost calculator makes it easy for you to budget effectively. This straightforward and easy-to-use tool gives users an accurate and reliable estimate for how much a move will cost, based on a number of factors. Try it now and receive up to four free quotes from different professional moving companies.

Factors that Affect Your Moving Cost

When calculating moving costs, don’t forget to factor in all possible moving expenses. These include:

  • Travel fees – Travel fees add up quickly when moving a long distance. These fees take into account fuel costs, as well as labor costs for the time it will take for the movers to get from house A to house B.
  • Size of your move – Moving a lot of stuff? Not only will the move take longer to complete, but your shipment of belongings will also be heavier. This can result in a cost increase. Rule of thumb: the more belongings you have to move, the more expensive your move will be.
  • Packing services – While convenient, hiring movers to pack up your belongings could cost you an extra few hundred bucks or more.
  • Moving add-ons – The cost of your move will be affected by any add-on services you choose to include. This could mean disassembling and reassembling furniture, moving of specialty items, and moving supplies provided by movers such as stretch wrap, felt pads and mattress bags.
  • Storage – If you’re dealing with a complicated move, you may choose to have a moving company hold or store all belongings before, during or after a move. Just be prepared to pay extra for this service. Storage rates vary from moving company to moving company, so be sure to ask for specifics.
  • Moving supplies – Unless you’re able to scrounge up enough free boxes for your move, you’ll need to plan on purchasing moving supplies. These could include cardboard boxes, plastic bins, bubble wrap, packing paper and any other supplies needed for the move. To find out how many supplies you need, check our Moving Box Calculator.
  • Moving date – Remember: when you move is just as important as how you move. That’s because the specific date of your move can affect the price dramatically. For example, a weekend move and/or a move during peak season tends to cost much more than a week-day, off-season move.
  • Liability and valuation coverage – If you’re using a moving company, you’ll likely need to purchase some sort of liability coverage. Most moving companies offer multiple levels of protection including: Basic Release Value Protection and Full Value Protection. Keep in mind that you may want to purchase additional moving insurance from a third-party provider.